Can Frequency Specific Electro-Acupuncture (FSEA) work for you?
Frequency Specific Electro-Acupuncture (FSEA) is a more advanced form of Acupuncture that can get predictable, effective results for most types of pain or injury.
FSEA involves using both Milliamp and Microcurrent types of electricity.
Milliamp Current (mA)
The scientific literature indicates that when Milliamp Current is applied at specific frequencies to various tissues it can produce the following results:
Increases blood flow to target area. This may help flush algesic biochemicals (pain-causing substances) which are the primary cause of skeletal muscle pain. The increase in local blood flow also helps nourish and heal compromised tissue.
Regulates and impedes regeneration of fibrous tissues, prevents adhesions during recuperation, and improves blood circulation at scar areas. Breaking-up scar tissue allows new functional tissue to grow back in its place.
Stimulates endogenous opiates (beta-endorphin, enkephalin, endomorphin and dynorphin) and endocannabinoid receptors to reduce pain and enhance mood during the healing process.
Microamp Current (uA)
The scientific literature indicates that when Micro-Current is applied at specific frequencies to various tissues it can produce the following results:
Strengthens tendons and promotes bone healing.
Increases collagen and elastin production, proteins that support the structure of our bodies and keep us healthy and strong. This increase my result in faster tissue repair and healing.
Increases Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) in the cells by and boosts availability of free amino acids to help cellular repair. ATP is cellular energy that fuels every function in the body, speeds up healing and increases performance.
Low-intensity Pulsed Galvanic Current and the Healing of Tenotomized Rat Achilles Tendons: Preliminary Report Using Load-to-Breaking Measurements Archives Physical Med Rehab, Vol. 68, July 1987
Experimental Studies of Influences on Healing Process of Mandibular Defect Stimulated by Microcurrent Shikwa Gakuho, #82 1982